Below is a wonderful wonderful detox smoothie recipe shared on another blog:
When I was going through laser tattoo removal (that’s a story for another time) I was feeling awful, so when I did some research on the process I found out the laser blasts the ink molecules into tiny particles, and then is removed from your body through your lymphatic system. What?!! I eat so clean but then I’m slowly poisoning myself because of a stupid mistake. I found some cases online of people having heavy metal poisoning symptoms while going through tattoo removal and I had MOST of the symptoms! I started looking at chelation therapy through a naturopath but could not afford the expense, then found out about the magical powers of chlorella and cilantro!
Cilantro is best used in conjunction with chlorella because it mobilizes more toxins then it can carry out of the body, it may flood the connective tissue (where the nerves reside) with metals, that were previously stored in safer hiding places. This can cause retoxificaiton if another binding agent isn’t used to help rid the body of the heavy metals that are ‘found’ in their hiding places throughout the body.
For more information on how this works, click here.
I started drinking this smoothie right away and did so during my entire tattoo removal treatment. I started feeling a lot better after a month and the symptoms disappeared after that. I was able to solve the issue with food, and this experience reminded me just how powerful herbs and superfoods are. I hope this recipe helps you as much as it helped me!
Cleanse the heavy metals out of your body with this smoothie!
1 cup frozen mango
1 green apple or pear
1 lemon peeled
1 large handful of spinach
1 large handful of kale
1 small handful of cilantro
2 dates pitted
1 thumb of ginger
1 teaspoon of chlorella
2 cups coconut water depending on desired consistency”
For Detox from morgellon fibers, which is the main cause of seizures, Parkinson’s and many other neurological disorders on the surface of the planet etc.:
Take chlorella & Chelation using regular epsom salt bath or Bentonite clay/multani mitti mud pack bath.